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  • adv. Without heeding.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an unheeding manner; carelessly.


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unheeding +‎ -ly


  • Long after the winning post, he galloped on unheedingly.

    Frankel has potential to justify claims of greatness | Lydia Hislop

  • High-energy technology has resulted in the aggregation of such huge amounts of power that small social units operating alone are often ruthlessly and unheedingly swept aside in their ends are antithetic to the purposes of those who control the power.

    Energy and Society~ Chapter 12~ The Distribution of Consumer Goods

  • It should only be used in those situations where someone has unheedingly and happily pushed conversation upon you, and should ideally be preceded by a four-to-five second flat-eyed stare.

    John Hodgman on "meh" -

  • Seriously, I'm mostly over the angst about skidding unheedingly through my 20s.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • They rushed unheedingly past Chang, straightening their masks and smoothing their hair.

    The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters

  • Sliding his sword back into his sheath, he crossed the room, stepping unheedingly on broken glass, kicking aside a silver candlestand that rolled beneath his feet.

    Test of the Twins

  • Ahead of them, Pesky moved unheedingly along the narrow companionway.

    The Cruise of a Deathtime

  • These were men who would unheedingly face fire for their Chief and they were enemies of anybody who tried to reproach him.

    Plasma Monster

  • "And don't you think," she went on unheedingly, "that it was cruel for anybody to hold that poor man responsible for his parents 'sin?"

    St. Cuthbert's

  • The words of poem after poem passed under her eyes unheedingly.

    Janet of the Dunes


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